Here at George Mason University a.k.a GMU or Mason, classes are small and the professors are shockingly always available to answer questions by email or in person. Lecture halls are usually semi-big but then they are divided into Labs where you are able to get one on one assistance with your instructors. I learned so much within my first semester there and was well prepared entering my second semester. My professors were compromising and taught me new ways to study, write papers and do presentations. My strengths were brought out and my so called weaknesses are no longer categorized as...
To find more tips for prospective students, what to do for fun and whether this school is great for a particular type of student read the 146 reviews for George Mason University
Curious about something that isn't answered here? Feel free to ask George Mason University a question
George Mason is a colorful school with variety of talented students. This school provides a mass amount of opportunities on the campus and off involving your education and beyond. Watch out for the construction though, haha. (You get used to it)» Read More
I have been to George Mason multiple times since deciding I would like to enroll here next August, and the Mason Staff has been nothing but kind to me. The admissions board has always responded to me promptly and been more than willing to accept any and every problem I've thrown at them. I can't wait to come next fall and become a part of the Mason Nation.» Read More
George Mason has a beautiful Multicultural campus, with lots of Greek life and fun for those who choose not to participate in those type of events. There is a numerous amount of work opportunities on campus. along with activities and recreational events, there is a tremendous amount of support here such as Tudors etc.» Read More
George Mason University is a great place for an education that is affordable. Academics are reasonably challenged and campus life is generally fun and diverse. In terms of demographics the University is considered to be among the most diverse in the nation.» Read More